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Its not all about workshops…

We recognize that most of the time a workshop is never the right time, exactly the right content, or pace you need/want to work at. As such we have created online courses to offer you just in time, whenever you want PD around topics such as: Quality Matters, Canvas Basics, OER, and more. Simply pick your course and get started! […]

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Fall 2018 Faculty Ideation Circle

Ideation Circles: What are they? A small group of faculty or staff from any area of the college who come together for at least a semester to discuss a teaching and learning topic that they can delve deeply into during group discussions. Ideation Circles can be around a book, a problem, a project, or simply a topic of interest that […]

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CTL Unconference

The Unconference Agenda

Time AS192 AS193 AS194 9:00 A.M. Canvas Q&A Jeff Anderson Mindfulness Debbie Holexa Reading Strategies for All Disciplines Anna McWhirter 9:30 A.M. Grants Ken Maruyama Making 4Cs Assessment Relevant for Student Learning Lindsey Pederson Critical Thinking Through Problem Solving in Your Classroom Madeleine Chowdhury 10:00 A.M. Generating Discussion in Canvas Stephanie Williams Experiential Learning/Internships for ABUS Students Keith Takata Activity […]

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CTL Unconference

CTL Unconference

An Unconference is the “anti conference” – its about conversation NOT about presentation. We each have wisdom in our field based on experience and what better way to learn from each other by engaging in conversation about the many topics us that impact our work as educators. Join the conversation!

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Canvas LMS

What’s New in Canvas for Fall 2018

Greetings MCC Faculty and Staff Welcome to a new semester. If you've been away from Canvas we've got a summarized list of what may be new to you when you return to getting your course content put together:

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Discussions on Divisive Topics

Classroom discussions can be exciting, invigorating, and provide students with opportunities to connect, not only to your content, but to each other and you as the professor. Sometimes though, topics can be divisive or challenging to address. Maintaining and encouraging civil discourse can be challenging. Recently, The Chronicle of Higher Education approached this very topic with an article on a […]

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